Occupational Health

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Our Occupational Health Services help people get back to the things they want and need to do through the therapeutic use of everyday activities.


If you have been injured on the job and are trying to return to work, occupational health can help you. Our staff will help you return to the activities you need to do on a daily basis, at home and on the job.


By using therapeutic uses of everyday activities, our therapists can help you regain the strength and mobility you need to get back to your normal life.


Services


  1. Conditional Employment Assessments
  2. Essential Functions Tests
  3. Fitness For Duty
  4. Functional Capacity Evaluations
  5. Human Performance Evaluations
  6. Industrial Rehabilitations
  7. Occupational Medicine
  8. Physical Ability Exams
  9. Physical Capabilities Exams
  10. Physical Capacity Evaluations
  11. Physical Fitness Testing
  12. Post-offer Evaluations
  13. Pre-employment Evaluations
  14. Pre-placement
  15. Return To Work Programs
  16. Work Conditioning
  17. Work Reconditioning
  18. Work Hardening

Procedures


  1. Programs are updated weekly
  2. Activities are adjusted as progress improves
  3. Additional exercises added to programs based on functional and PT/OT re-evals
  4. Programs are customized to each patient's specific needs
  5. Education provided on body mechanics, proper lifting techniques, and importance of using proper techniques to complete exercises
  6. Individual educational sessions provided based on needs of patient
  7. Staff available from 7-6 daily to answer questions and give verbal updates
  8. Staff available by phone and email
  9. Progress reports completed every 10th visit
  10. Home exercise programs provided both during and upon completion of program

Work Conditioning


  1. Multidisciplinary - Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Exercise Physiologists
  2. Total Body Conditioning Program
  3. Stretching - General warm-up/cool-down program and AROM for injury
  4. Cardiovascular
  5. Strength Training - Both upper and lower body program with injured area completed on MWF and non-injury on TTH
  6. General Work Simulation Activities - Box lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling tasks
  7. Injury Specifice Physical/Occupational Therapy Exercises
  8. 2-4 Hour Sessions, 5 Days a Week

Work Hardening


  1. Multidisciplinary - Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, and Exercise Physiologists
  2. Occupational Therapists - complete a job task analysis so that job specific activities are added to the work simulation component
  3. Total Body Conditioning Program
  4. Stretching - General warm-up/cool-down program and AROM for injury
  5. Cardiovascular
  6. Strength Training - Both upper and lower body program with injured area completed on MWF and non-injury on TTH
  7. General Work Simulation Activities - Box lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling tasks
  8. Job Specific Work Simulation Activities - Based on job description, if provided; and the job task analysis completed
  9. Injury Specific Physical/Occupational Therapy Exercises
  10. 4-8 Hour Sessions, 5 Days a Week
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